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How Paris is stepping up its drive against the car

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How Paris is stepping up its drive against the carParis is notorious for snarled-up traffic and cranky drivers - but cars are gradually being edged out as the city steps up a life-or-death battle to cut pollution.

A stroll along the French capital's grandest boulevard, the Champs-Elysees, has just become possible without choking on exhaust fumes - from May cars are banned on the famous avenue one Sunday every month.
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Paris 2024 announce deal with World Wildlife Fund

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Paris 2024 announce deal with World Wildlife FundParis 2024 has signed a deal with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) as part of the French capital's "environmental" bid for the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

The agreement was penned by Paris co-chairmen Bernard Lapasset and Tony Estanguet, alongside WWF France President Isabelle Autissier.

Organisers are keen to present a bid which implements "best practice in sustainability" with the ultimate aim of delivering Games in 2024 that "change behaviour and encourage a responsible approach to environmental issues".
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Sports in Paris

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Sports in ParisParis' most popular sport clubs are the association football club Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and the rugby union club Stade Français. The 80,000-seat Stade de France, built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup, is located just north of Paris in the commune of Saint-Denis. It is used for football, rugby union and track and field athletics. It hosts the French national football team for friendlies and major tournaments qualifiers, annually hosts the French national rugby team's home matches of the Six Nations Championship, and hosts several important matches of the Stade Français rugby team. In addition to Paris Saint-Germain FC, the city has a number of other amateur football clubs: Paris FC, Red Star, RCF Paris and Stade Français Paris.
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Paris fears for fate of theatre that added chic to pop culture

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Jean-Luc Choplin, the Châtelet’s director, gave a high-art gloss to popular Broadway shows

Paris fears for fate of theatre that added chic to pop cultureWhen Jean-Luc Choplin took over more than a decade ago as director general of Paris’s Théatre du Châtelet – one of the city’s temples to high culture – heckling from the French press was deafening.

Some critics, surprised and outraged, nicknamed him Mickey – after the cartoon mouse – because he once worked for Disney. Le Monde accused Choplin of being scandalously lowbrow and a “dangerous defender of the entertainment world”, a purveyor of entertainment rather than culture.
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Slur against gay hairdresser not homophobic, French court rules

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Employment tribunal concludes ‘PD’ term is not homophobic because hair salons regularly employ gay people

Slur against gay hairdresser not homophobic, French court rulesThe French minister of labour, Myriam El Khomri, has denounced as “scandalous” a Paris court ruling that it was not homophobic for a hair salon boss to call an employee a “PD” – a common but offensive term for gay men – because many hairdressers are gay.

The incident occurred in 2014, during a young hairdresser’s two-month trial at a Paris hair salon. He called in sick one day and his boss accidentally sent him a text message intended for someone else. In it, she said: “I’m not keeping him. I’ll let him know tomorrow ... I don’t have a good feeling about this guy. He’s a ‘PD’.” The next day she sacked him.
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Pete Doherty among acts to mark reopening of Bataclan venue in Paris

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French venue has been closed since three terrorists opened fire on the crowd during a gig by the band Eagles of Death Metal

Pete Doherty among acts to mark reopening of Bataclan venue in ParisThe Bataclan, the Paris music venue where 90 people were killed in November’s terrorist attacks, will reopen in the autumn, with Pete Doherty playing one of its first shows.

The venue, a landmark on the Paris music scene, has been closed since three terrorists with Kalashnikovs burst in and opened fire on the crowd of 1,500 people during a gig by the US band Eagles of Death Metal on 13 November 2015. Islamic State claimed responsibility for the massacre, one of a series of attacks on Paris that night.
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